Thursday, April 04, 2013

Jack turned 92 today


Today was my father's 92nd birthday - isn't he grand?
Since he can't ride his road bike any longer he's now on the stationary bike  still clocking up the kms.

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  1. Happy birthday, Jack.

    Hope you all enjoy this special day.

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    1. Jack had a great day and I'm about to pass on 40 messages from facebook friends t5o him tonight.

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  2. Happy Birthday Jack. Nigel's dad catches up with him 30 May, we will return to the UK for his birthday.

    We have not even been on the stationary bike over winter, it has been too cold even for that in the barn!

    Take care you two, D & N

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    1. Is Nigel's Dad in good health - hope so.

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  3. Fantastic! What a grand guy. :)

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    1. Walt - I think he's more popular than me, why am I surprised. Enjoying having the house to yourself?

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  4. Happy birthday, Jack! Keep going! Martine

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    1. Thanks Martine - I will pass on your greetings tonight - He'll be chuffed that people who only know him through our blog admire his longivity.

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  5. Jack looks amazing for his age. I hope he had a grand birthday !!

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    1. Jean,
      Hope I follow in his footsteps - he's my hero.

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  6. Bless him, still pedalling his bike after all these years, even if it is a stationary one. Hope he continues pedalling for a few years yet. x

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    1. I'm sure he'll keep pedalling Vera - Its what keeps him going.

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  7. Happy Birthday from me too. He looks brilliant for his age!

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    1. Craig
      I've told Dad about these messages and the others from Facebook and although he doesn't know many of the well wishers.... He feels quite humbled by the fuss for an old bloke that likes to pedal.

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